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Champions comes in three phases, focusing on progression at your own pace and objectives set by you.

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Each person in the Champions programme is paired with their own mentor based on location, who will first spend some time getting to know you and your goals.

Together, you and your mentor will set out a plan that will give you the tools and confidence you need to move your life forward.

When chatting with your mentor and setting your goals, it’s good to think about some of these things:

  • Where do you want to be this time next year?
  • What support are you missing right now?
  • How would your friends/family describe you?
It’s your choice to join the Champions programme, your choice to stay on and you’re in control.


Working with your mentor, you’ll work towards the goals set out in your ‘Team Talk’. These goals or objectives are set by yourself, you’re not in competition with anyone and every plan is completely unique so you can go at your own pace.

Throughout this time, you’ll benefit from one-to-one support to reach your targets and to help you think about what you’d like to do after the programme finishes. Your mentor could help you with things like:

  • School attendance
  • Exercise & fitness
  • Further education/training
  • Life skills

…and many more.


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You might have got yourself a job, spent more time outdoors, achieved something at school or are simply feeling a lot more positive in yourself – whatever your objective may be, it’s a huge achievement to make it to ‘Full Time’ in the programme.

Now it’s time to celebrate what you’ve achieved with your friends, family and of course, the Champions team.

Take a look at this example.